EARLY NATIVES OF THE BAY AND REALM
Duane K. McCullough
Image of early Florida natives
What began as a simple magazine article about who were and what became of the local Mayami natives of southern Florida, grew into a major online research book project.
Over the years, this research effort grew far beyond studies of local Indian mounds and names of early native tribes of Florida. The "spiritofatlantis.com" website project is based on a four volume book project that explores new anthropological and archeological concepts as to the true origins of all New World natives.
I learned that the Mayami natives of southern Florida were related not only to the Mayan natives in Central America but also to the Algonquin Miami natives of the Ohio Valley area. Miami University in Cincinnati Ohio is named after the native Algonquin Miami Indians -- which were related to many other native tribes of the area and beyond byway of cultural trade links and family connections.
But what really links these early natives together is the discovery that they all once used a prehistoric binary numerical alphabet based on drum beats and smoke signals. In fact, most all natives in the New World did.
This ancient alphabet is based on a twenty unit character code system that has five vowels and fifteen consonants. And when I discovered that it can be found in parts of the British Isles and other places in the Europe, I began to uncover the idea that the New World is not as new as conventional history would have us believe.
My "spiritofatlantis.com" online project reveals unprecedented data that suggests the modern day graphical Latin alphabet of Western Civilization was founded on the vowel rules of this prehistoric numerical alphabet from the New World.
Over time, I uncovered a treasure adventure like no other -- and if you want to learn more details of what I have discovered, feel free to visit both my "spiritofatlantis.com" and "lostfountain.com" websites.
I believe the mythical subject of Atlantis -- like the legendary story of the Fountain of Youth, is based on some truth if only one can properly dig underneath the many layers of fictional literature placed on top of the topics
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